Don Webb teaches creative writing for UCLA extension. He grew up in Amarillo, Texas where the assembly of atomic and hydrogen bombs was a major employer. He is among the people interviewed in the documentary Plutonium Circus, a comic look at plutonium storage in Amarillo. His living literary heroes are Ramsey Campbell and Michael Morecock. He is dyslexic, but good-looking.

Don Webb has the following works available at Clarkesworld:

Episode 72

FICTION by Don Webb in Issue 27 – December 2008

If the Senator from New York would do something about her mousey brown hair she could be a real looker, decided the Senator from Rhode Island. She was getting near the Paul Revere section of her speech, and the crowd would be applauding back home in Boise and Baton Rouge in a few hours. It […]
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